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Michelangelo Drawings: Closer To The Master [Review], Patricia Emison Jun 2006

Michelangelo Drawings: Closer To The Master [Review], Patricia Emison

Art and Art History Scholarship

Patricia Emison's review of a book by Hugo Chapman


Painting As Meditation: Smile Of Heart, Tammy Wolf Apr 2006

Painting As Meditation: Smile Of Heart, Tammy Wolf

Inquiry Journal 2006

No abstract provided.


Investigating The Ways The Irish Learn Music, Jessica Cawley Apr 2006

Investigating The Ways The Irish Learn Music, Jessica Cawley

Inquiry Journal 2006

No abstract provided.


Expression Through Memory And Material, Saird Gallagher Apr 2006

Expression Through Memory And Material, Saird Gallagher

Inquiry Journal 2006

No abstract provided.


Philosophy And Common Life: Pyrrhonism And The Anthropological Crisis Of Modernity, Roger Eichorn Apr 2006

Philosophy And Common Life: Pyrrhonism And The Anthropological Crisis Of Modernity, Roger Eichorn

Inquiry Journal 2006

No abstract provided.


Changing Church In The South: Religion And Politics In Elba, Alabama, Julie Ardery Jan 2006

Changing Church In The South: Religion And Politics In Elba, Alabama, Julie Ardery

The Carsey School of Public Policy at the Scholars' Repository

Conventional wisdom and statistical evidence show Southerners to be considerably more conservative on social issues like gay marriage and abortion than others in the U.S. But in shifting one's vantage point from the aerial view of statistics to the streets of Elba, Alabama, the relationships among faith, politics and social values become far more nuanced and dynamic. In this Southern Baptist stronghold, the roles and expectations of women are changing, non-Baptists are moving here and looking for a church home, and a new faith community has emerged, disaffected with the established orthodoxy. While the Southern Baptist Convention dominates ...


Energy's Human Face: Immigrant Stories In Song, David K. Ripley Jan 2006

Energy's Human Face: Immigrant Stories In Song, David K. Ripley

The University Dialogue

My proposal for the UNH Discovery Dialogue concerns a form of social energy at the roots of our American social experience. This is the energy of those individuals who came as immigrants to our country as a result of their own personal decisiveness.